What You Do
The Catering Coordinator’s main responsibility is packaging, loading and transferring catering orders from the store to the delivery. site. In addition, they will be executing Local Store Marketing and helping facilitate To-Go and prep needs.
Some things you will do:
Pack catering orders from the store and load into your vehicle to deliver and set up onsite.
Monitor temperature of all cold/hot items to ensure adherence to food safety standards.
Local Store Marketing to send warm leads back to HQ (Min 10 per week).
Follow safety regulations, report injuries/accidents and unsafe conditions, and work practices to the supervisor or MOD (Manager On Duty).
Maintain acceptable standards of personal hygiene and comply with department dress code.
Sense of urgency and time management when making multiple deliveries.
Check Monkey Media Monday through Friday for orders, and follow up with KM/GM to ensure catering inventory is fully stocked.
Availability during peak catering hours along with flexibility and willingness to adjust schedule pending large orders and available in store when needed after deliveries.
Must possess a strong working knowledge of the catering menu and be able to explain items upon arrival after completing set up.
Delivery gratuities (not guaranteed with every delivery)
Fun, friendly, fast-paced work
Free food and beverages
In 2010, Jae Kim started our food truck operation with one employee and the mission to inspire the way people eat and think about Korean BBQ. In 2015, our truck operations were scaled back so that we could focus on developing our Brick and Mortar operations and the result was wonderful. Due to exponential growth in our restaurants, we are seeking employees in which we can invest. Our mission is realized in every aspect of our company, especially in our employees; our goal is to develop top performers who treat our customers with the highest standards and who are proud of the fresh food we provide with our caterings.
Ability to use your hands to chop, prep, hold and grab small and large items
Strong team player with the ability to develop positive relationships
Excellent communication skills in the work environment
Ability to lift a minimum of 50lbs
Knowledge of FIFO and food safety standards a plus but not required
Food Handler Certification required within 60 days of hire
Valid Drivers License, clean driving record, and proof of insurance
All candidates will be required to have their Texas Food Handlers Certification, be authorized to work in the United States, and be 18 years of age or older.
Chi’Lantro provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants.